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343 pages
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Age Level: Adults and Teens

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The Way of the Master

by Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort

This book is available from Living Waters, a Christian Answers Team Member.

How to share your faith simply, effectively, biblically… the way Jesus did

The material in this book has been revised and considerably expanded from Ray’s earlier book: Revival’s Golden Key: Unlocking the Door to Revival

“I have over 1,000 books on evangelism, soul-winning, and revival in my personal library, and none of them are worthy to be compared to this book.” —R.W. Jones, Word of Truth Ministries

Do you shy away from sharing the true gospel message with others, unsure of what to say, afraid of rejection and ridicule?

That’s not what Jesus did.

Jesus was not afraid to shake people up. He spoke openly of their sinful nature and the righteousness of God. He forced people to confront their sin head-on, and He brought them face-to-face with their need for salvation—because He loved them.

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The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus

Chronological teaching method

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God’s Story


Who do you know who isn’t saved? If they died tonight, where would they spend eternity? Do you care? If so, what are yo doing to help them?

The Way of the Master will put a great tool into your hand and will teach you how to share the message of the gospel simply, biblically, and without fear—the way Jesus did! you will become equipped to confidently lead anyone—friend, family member, coworker, neighbor, or stranger on the street—to a clear understanding of repentance and what it means to be a true and active follower of Jesus Christ.

About the authors

Kirk Cameron is best known for his role as Mike Seaver on the award-winning television series Growing Pains. Most recently, he has starred as Buck Williams in Left Behind: The Movie. He has also partnered with Ray Comfort to build The Way of the Master Ministries, including The Way of the Master, a reality television program that teaches biblical evangelism. Kirk and his wife Chelsea, live in southern California with their six children.

Ray Comfort is the founder of Living Waters Publications, a dynamic evangelistic ministry that has been commended by Franklin Graham, Dr. D. James Kennedy, Josh McDowell, Joni Eareckson Tada, Bill Gothard, David Wilkerson, and many other Christian leaders. He is a seasoned and widely-recommended evangelist, a creative and prolific author, and popular speaker. He assists ChristianAnswers.Net in providing answers and content related to personal soul-winning and evangelism training. He has written for Billy Graham’s Decision magazine and Bill Bright’s Worldwide Challenge. His literature is used by the Moody Bible Institute, Leighton Ford Ministries, Campus Crusade For Christ, and more. He has written forty books, including Hell’s Best Kept Secret, How to Win Souls and Influence People, and God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists. His ministry is nondenominational. Ray and his wife, Sue, live in southern California. They have three grown children.

Do you think you already know how to share the gospel effectively?

According to numerous reports, all is not well in the contemporary Church. There are millions who insinuate that they belong to Jesus Christ, but whose lives dont match their claims. Equally disheartening are results of Americas evangelism efforts. Alarm bells should go off when we see statistics like this:

  • In one year a major U.S. denomination claimed to have obtained 294,784 decisions for Christ. Unfortunately, they could find only 14,337 in fellowship.
  • A mass crusade reported 18,000 decisions, yet tragically, 94 percent failed to ever become incorporated into a local church.
  • Less than five percent of those who responded to an altar call during a public crusade are living a Christian life one year later.

Here is the dilemma: Up to 95 percent of the evangelistic crop is failing, both in mass crusades and in local churches. It withers and dies as soon as the sunlight of tribulation, persecution, and temptation shines on it. And those who do occupy our churches often fail to grow into vibrant witnesses for Jesus Christ.

This tragic problem has come about simply because we have lost the precious key to revival. This book will put the key in your hand!

This book is eloquent and eye-opening. You may find yourself reading it more than once. When you're done, pass it on to a friend or member of your church staff.

Although prayer is without question a great key to revival, this book is not about prayer. It’s about a key that much of the Church doesn’t even know exists.


[Click to read actor Kirk Cameron’s Foreword]

“I have served as a local pastor, Teen Challenge Director, Crusade Director for David Wilkerson, and missionary, but never during those years did I encounter an evangelist with a more life-changing message.”
—Pastor Bob Rogers, Dallas, Texas

“A shattering publication!”
—Leonard Ravenhill

“[This] is a message every congregation needs to hear.”
—Tom Elliff, Past-president, Southern Baptist Convention (1996-1998)

“I will do all I can to encourage our Fellowship [11,000 churches] to avail themselves of the teachings and ministry of Ray Comfort.”
—Charles E. Hackett, Director of Home Missions, Assembly of God

“I don’t know of an evangelist today who has a better grasp of how to communicate Christ to the totally secular mind of our day than Ray Comfort.”
—David E. Clippard, Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma

“Ray Comfort… cuts to the core of man’s spiritual dilemma. As we pray for revival and wonder what God’s waiting for, we need to seriously consider this message. To ignore it puts us in spiritual peril.”
—Terry Meeuwsen, Co-host of The 700 Club

“It didn’t take long to catch the vision of what God was trying to say to me through [this] teaching, and my evangelistic message changed drastically.”
—Mike Weygandt, Director of International Ministries, The Voice of the Martyrs